The name comes from the camel caravans that transported tea between China and Russia. Full-bodied, this bold black tea is a versatile pairing partner.
Tea Type or Tisane | Flavors: Black+ | citrus, floral, medium-body, subtle smoke, Scotch
Tea Tips: Pair with red meat, savory tea sandwiches, barbecue, or dark chocolate.
Ingredients: China, Fujian black tea, oil of bergamot, pine smoke scented
How to Steep: 1 heaping tsp, 8 oz water, 212°F, 4–5 min
Fun Fact: William Grey invented and popularized Earl Grey tea in the 19th century.
Similar Teas: Tsar's Samovar Tea, Silk Road Adventure